C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud (1989) - Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi

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A military experiment to create a race of super-warriors go awry, and legions of murderous zombies are unleased upon a surburan neighborhood.

IMDB: 3.9
Director: David Irving
Stars: Brian Robbins, Bill Calvert
Length: 84 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 9 out of 62 found boring (14.51%)

One-line Reviews (22)

Unbelievably stupid, tiresome camp comedy sequel to a straight faced original - although it should be noted that "C.

Graham plays Bud and has many snappy one-liners.

2 is harmless, enjoyable fluff.

It's one of the worst movie I ve ever seen since Xtro 3

From the thrilling theme song to the plot.

It's an enjoyable 80's horror/comedy because it's very similar to, although not nearly as good as, Night of the Creeps (which is a GREAT horror/comedy).

Yes, the movie has it's faults but I see it pointless to explore them.

It's silly and enjoyable, the perfect movie to kill some time with if you want some simple silly fun.

This movie causes only pain when you watch it as the entire movie is one big cliche.

This was the worst movie I have ever seen.

Understand me, I'm not saying Chud II is a good movie (I've seen far better, and far worse), I'm just saying that it's definitely entertaining and delivers quite a few laughs.

I have never walked out on a movie and I never plan to.

) classics such as Critters, Ghoulies, Killer Klowns and Chopping Mall – all of which were – technically – awful, but still incredibly enjoyable in a 'so-bad-it's-good' kind of way.

Teenagers steal a corpse named Bud (an excellent and engaging performance by Gerrit Graham) that turns out to be a cannibalistic mutant that passes on its flesh-eating tendencies to anyone it bites.

For the most part this one here was quite the fun and enjoyable cheesy effort.

We both had to watch this movie in installments because we kept falling asleep from boredom.

He's a zombie monster, but he's likable and entertaining.

The similarities are endless, except the fact that not a minute of this tame, boring junk comes even close to being enjoyable as said film with the same, basic premise.

It's the ideal example for a textbook of every horrible 80s kitsch cliché that it's utterly hilarious.

That is a good suspenseful horror film.

watching paint dry is a lot more fun than this.

It's boring, dull, and painful to sit through, and, considering it's a dumb comedy from the 1980s that was marketed as a horror film for teens, they should have at least kept the viewer awake with heaps of gore.